North Carolina A&T University researchers have been studying the impact of the pandemic on Triad job losses and unemployment, with preliminary findings showing the outbreak ha
U.S. employers added 638,000 jobs last month as the unemployment rate dipped to 6.9%. A winter spike in coronavirus infections threatens to further weaken job growth.
Partisan views are shaping opinions of the economy as the nation slowly digs its way out of the coronavirus recession.
In New Hampshire, more than 10,000 people who collected unemployment during the pandemic have received notices that they weren't entitled to benefits and had to return the money.
Women are leaving the workforce at four times the rate of men. The shift is especially pronounced among Latina women, and that could have lasting effects for the broader economy.
As pressure mounts for a longer lifeline than the government's emergency benefits, some lawmakers and advocates are pushing to make broader state stipends a priority.
Powell renews his call for congressional action on the economy, but President Trump tells his representatives to stop negotiating on new relief until after the election.
The Labor Department says U.S. employers added just 661,000 jobs last month, as unemployment fell to 7.9%, showcasing an economic recovery that is losing steam.
Asian Americans have traditionally enjoyed some of the lowest unemployment rates in the country. But the pandemic is taking a heavy toll - and Trump's blaming China isn't helping.
Federal unemployment money has been cut off for nearly two months. Congress hasn't worked out a deal to send more help, and the fight over a Supreme Court nominee could make that harder.